Thank you for posting your query.
lesions are common in migraine
as well as in multiple sclerosis
(MS). Though in most cases, we can conclude based on the location and morphology of lesions on MRI
, what it is (migraine or MS, in some cases, it may be difficult.
Oligo clonal bands in CSF (spinal fluid) are typically seen in MS, but not in Migraine. So, if you are referring to the oligoclonal bands, then it could favor a diagnosis of MS.
However, we need more data (clinical and evoked potential studies) to confirm your diagnosis.
Wishing you good health,
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology)
Senior Consultant Neurologist